Monday's Top News Headlines

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Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Drug Approved by FDA

Raytheon Wins $39 Million in Pentagon Tech, Bomb Contracts

Toys "R" Us Withdraws IPO Filing

Commerce Department Releases Personal Income and Spending Data for February

Cyprus Gains More Time to Achieve Surplus

Survey: U.S. Manufacturing Grew More Slowly in March

Tesla Exceeds Model S Sales Target, Scraps Lower-Range Model

Oil Falls After Exxon Shuts Pipeline

Nuance Launches Voice Ads

Is Home Where the Profit Is?

Microsoft Launches Surface RT in Russia This Week

Construction Spending Jumped 1.2% in February

Ferro Sells Pharma Business for $16.9 Million

Dunkin' Brands Expanding in Utah

Raytheon's Patriot Missiles Eligible for Recertification

Feds Probe Hyundai Sonatas for Suspension Rust

Apple's Tim Cook Apologizes to Chinese Customers

GM's New V-8 Pickup Trucks to Get 23 MPG on Highway

Churchill Downs Buying Maine Casino for $160 Million

Furlough Notices Out to Presidential Budget Staff

Hess Selling Russian Operation to LUKOIL for $2 Billion

Weiss Family to Take American Greetings Private

Dole Food Closes on $1.7 Billion Itochu Deal

Google Has a "Nose" for Good April Fools' Pranks

Claims Administrator Seeks Dismissal of BP Lawsuit

Tough Times Ahead in Post-Chavez Venezuela

Obama Nominates Economic Aide to Second Budget Slot



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